Everyone is required to wear masks when taking walks in our neighborhood or when riding bikes, but people are still encouraged to get outdoor exercise. Therefore I downloaded a map of my neighborhood and discovered that Frank Sinatra's grave is in the Palm Springs Cemetery District, Desert Memorial Park less than two miles from our house. I think I can ride a bike through that cemetery, and even on normal days, there is no traffic in that area. We've driven by that cemetery many times and use it as a landmark to help us find our house.
Parking at all city parks (and possibly cemeteries) is now forbidden, but people are encourage to walk to parks in their neighborhoods, as long as they maintain proper distance. They don't want people driving to parks and making them too crowded, but the parks here are pretty sparse anyway. I think it would be okay for me to bike through the cemetery, but I won't know until I get there. I would not park my bike there, however, and just do a drive-by while wearing my mask.
Are you walking/biking in your neighborhood? Are there any special restrictions, and do people obey them?